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  • 2019 New York Bicycle Crashes: What Needs to Change?
    2019 New York Bicycle Crashes: What Needs to Change?

    New York City is a unique region of the United States, primarily because of the local population that consists of over 8.6 million people! With congested population also comes congested streets and ...

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  • Is a Bicyclist Ever At Fault for a Crash?
    Is a Bicyclist Ever At Fault for a Crash?

    As of September, the number of cyclists deaths in New York City is more than double the total number in 2018. This startling statistic has made many question the cause of these crashes and what is ...

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  • NYC’s 22nd Cyclist Killed This Year
    NYC’s 22nd Cyclist Killed This Year

    In August, a bicycle collision resulting in the death of the 22nd bicyclist in New York City this year again reinvigorated the city management discussion of establishing more designated bicycle lanes ...

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  • Flanzig and Flanzig files first Lawsuit against Revel Scooters
    Flanzig and Flanzig files first Lawsuit against Revel Scooters

    The scooter company Revel is facing what is believed to be its first personal injury lawsuit — and win or lose, the case is likely to raise enormous questions about the expanding company and have vast ...

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  • 3 Mistakes to Avoid With Your Bicycle Collision Case
    3 Mistakes to Avoid With Your Bicycle Collision Case

    Bicycle collisions have the potential to cause severe injuries to cyclists. If you’re injured in a bike crash, you will probably need to pursue a personal injury case in order to receive compensation ...

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  • Is There an Increase in Bicycle and Motorcycle Crashes During Summer?
    Is There an Increase in Bicycle and Motorcycle Crashes During Summer?

    The summer is officially in full swing. The weather is warm, sunny and clear and more people are outdoors to enjoy a number of activities. As a result, there are even more people on the roads, ...

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